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Rose Of Jericho

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The Rose of Jericho, is also called the Resurrection Plant,  for its amazing ability to “come back to life” after completely drying out.  In Hoodoo, it is used in prosperity and love spells.  It is said that the Rose of Jericho brings blessings and good l

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The Rose of Jericho, is also called the Resurrection Plant,  for its amazing ability to “come back to life” after completely drying out.  In Hoodoo, it is used in prosperity and love spells.  It is said that the Rose of Jericho brings blessings and good luck when kept in the home.

 

For prosperity, keep one in a bowl of water behind or at your front door, with a few coins added to the water.  Wash your front door with this water and watch the prosperity unfold.  

When you receive your Rose of Jericho it will be dried and brown. When you put it in the water, it will unfold and turn green and grow and look like a blooming rose. Change the water in your bowl every 7 days or it will turn mouldy.

Another simple ritual to perform is to anoint your prosperity candle with Rose of Jericho oil before saying your prayers.

 

Rose of Jericho is a type of moss native to desert regions where water is scarce, so this plant can completely dry out, curl up over itself, and blow around like a tumbleweed until it finds water. When it finds a water source, it unfurls to reveal gorgeous green fern-like fronds. Once it exhausts its water supply, it dries out again and blows on to the next watering hole.

 

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